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Sharon Griggins was 17 years old and working for Illinois Bell as a telephone operator when she was interviewed by Studs Terkel. For a job that required talking to people all day long, Griggins told Terkel that it was a remarkably lonely profession. This is part of our series, "Working Then and Now," from Radio Diaries and Project &.
A neighborhood business improvement project in Toronto recently put up official street signs featuring Anishinaabe translations of the street names as a nod to the indigenous history of the place. The project was started by Susan Blight, an indigenous artist and activist.
Many pundits and observers anticipated a record or near-record TV audience for Monday night's debate — the first of three — between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The predictions indicate that the media consumption habits of many Americans have changed since the last set of presidential debates four years ago.